NAPP President Asks Adobe to Reconsider New Upgrade Policy

Yesterday, on his blog, in an open letter to Adobe, National Association of Photoshop Professionals (NAPP) President, Scott Kelby asked Adobe to reconsider a new upgrade policy that took most Photoshop users by surprise. The new policy would force anyone using CS4 or earlier to upgrade to CS5 before they could qualify for upgrade pricing on the new version. Users who don’t own a copy of CS5 will have to pay full price for CS6.

In his letter Kelby calls the new policy “unfair” because they didn’t announce the change until the end of the product’s life-cycle, forcing many users

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